How To Live Out Your Faith Online
by Toni Birdsong and Tami Heim
"What a concept! You can live out your mission without leaving your computer. Learn how to express your faith online and reach more people than you ever imagined."
—Ken Blanchard, Best-selling coauthor of The One Minute Manager and Lead Like Jesus
Join a LIVE CHAT with @stickyJesus authors on "Living Your Faith Online" Thursday, March 1, 1-2 pm CST here at Patheos!
How do you—a Christ follower—navigate the noise, dodge the danger, talk the tech, and speak hope into the online space? Read more about the new book @stickyJesus.
By Toni Birdsong and Tami Heim
In such a time as this—the predetermined time to which you were born—how do you follow Jesus in a Web-based world and lead others to do the same? How do you deliver the only message that matters? How do you make it stick? Read an excerpt from the new book about living out your faith online.
Read more about Toni Birdsong and Tami Heim, co-authors of the new book @stickyJesus.
"God is doing huge things online and we are honored to be part of this chapter in the church's history." Read the full interview with the co-author of @stickyJesus.
Visit the @stickyJesus website and get equipped for your own online outreach.
By Karen Spears Zacharias
Birdsong and Heim wrote the book to educate evangelicals on how to use social media as a tool of evangelism, but certain truths cited in the book are applicable for anyone...
By Kurt Willems
I enjoyed the ways in which the authors integrated spiritual/discipleship ideals from Scripture into the ways we interact with social media as a whole.
By Daniel Darling
How should Christians use social networks, and how should they behave online?
By Crystal Lewis
We now have access to information that was once preserved for the ministerial elite. With this much information and context at our fingertips, a change in collective perspective and consciousness is certainly inevitable.
By Bruce Epperly
I always ask myself: Will my words heal? Will my words enable others to experience Christ—God's movement toward wholeness—as a life-transforming reality?
By Rachel Stone
Bottom line—loving your neighbor online is not unlike loving your neighbor in real life: it's about listening at least as much as speaking, seeking to encourage, doing unto others…you get the idea.